Holiday Inn Express Vancouver Airport
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... hassles checking-in for the flight back to Vancouver, with risks that some bags may get left behind. But with a bit of cheating about weights, and confusion amongst the ground staff, we all get aboard. It's a beautiful flight over the coastal mountains and inlets and islands via Port Hardy, back to Vancouver. And pretty much the end of the adventures.
It's been an incredible privilege for the last 6 weeks, to be out in ...
... out and walking to Gastown which the hotel desk guy described as a tourist trap, which it is. It's pretty with old brick buildings and lots of flowering hanging baskets but the shops are all geared towards the tourist. However, we are tourists. I found some lovely leather moccasins for my God Grand daughter. I need to go back tomorrow to get them as we had to scoot to get to our harbour city ...
... day yesterday, not having a job has been hard and as much as I moan about work I do enjoy the social side. Still applying for lots of jobs been for a couple of interviews including an interview for a major hotel chain just in housekeeping but halfway during the interview the housekeeping manager said I would be better on front desk so she got the front desk manager to interview me... I'm still yet to hear back.
Since my last ...
... the suspension bridge I suffered some serious vertigo. My knees got weak as we were pretty high up, walking in the canopies, but I have no doubt the breath taking beauty had some part to play.
Later on, Maud and I cooked up a serious feast of pasta Bolognese and fresh tomato salad with mozzarella, ready to fuel us for a night in Gas Town (East downtown Vancouver). Fearghus, Maud and I walked to The Cambie, a hostel/bar and met all the people we'd ...
... them around the city. Imagine what we’d say if our kids just hopped into the car of someone they’d met over the internet, but never met in person. When they returned in 2005 they stayed with us. Now we’re finally catching up in Vancouver.
We drive through Richmond, then cross the South Arm of the Fraser River to Delta, to the south of Vancouver, where they live. Their home is on the edge of a bench overlooking Burns Bog Delta Nature Reserve, ...